It looks like this..Here is an example of a testing session recorded with insight recorder where the task was “Clear history” in Web (epiphany) , normally in a user testing session you’d have a facilitator who would be encouraging the user to speak about their experience as they’re doing it.
A few of the updates..
Project Autotooled – better supported installation mechanism and for translation generation
Two new languages (es, fr)
Updated VU meter to show microphone level betterer
Opacity control for secondary video
“Online” recording – seems more reliable than trying to mash videos together afterwards
The wifi was broken on the HTC One X (wouldn’t activate) I had and thought it might be fixed by an update (it was), having no SIM for it yet over the mobile network wasn’t an option (and it’s a 300MiB+update), but you can do reverse tethering or “internet pass-through”, without the htc sync program you can do this on Linux:.
You will need: nmap, iptables, dnsmasq and python
Plug in phone, select “Internet pass-through”
Check dnsmasq is running to provide dns, (check by `host google.com localhost` )
Set up forwarding/gateway to your interwebs
echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o eth0 -j MASQUERADE
iptables -A FORWARD -i usb0 -j ACCEPT
Any luck both your PC and the phone will have themselves IPs, find the phone’s IP: “nmap -sn -v xxx.xxx.xxx.0/24 | grep “Host is up” -B 1″ replacing xxx with the current subnet. e.g. 192.168.99.0
"In previous versions of make it was acceptable to list one or more explicit
targets followed by one or more pattern targets in the same rule and it
worked "as expected". However, this was not documented as acceptable and if
you listed any explicit targets AFTER the pattern targets, the entire rule
would be mis-parsed. This release removes this ability completely: make
will generate an error message if you mix explicit and pattern targets in
the same rule."